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Benny Agbayani and fellow Hawai'i professional baseball players honed their skills during the offseason. Watching Agbayani as he takes a cut are, from left, Jandin Thornton-Murray, Chad Santos, San Francisco Giants minor league manager Lenn Sakata and Billy Pieper. See story.

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

Warriors win without top hitter
Overcoming the absence of its best hitter and an illness to its setter, the University of Hawai'i cruised to a 30-14, 30-17, 30-24 men's volleyball victory over UC San Diego.

Agbayani has sights on expanded role with Mets
Hawai'i's most visible professional baseball player, New York Mets left fielder Benny Agbayani, is one of 37 players with ties to Hawai'i who go to training camp in the coming weeks.
Williams' legend grows with each pitch
Hawai'i's players in professional baseball

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Rainbows' 6-foot-10 freshman off NCAA suspension
Haim Shimonovich, a 6-foot-10 freshman center, will make his collegiate debut tomorrow when the UH Rainbows play host to Southern Methodist at 7 p.m. at the Stan Sheriff Center.
LPGA golfers pledge time and money to worthy causes
LPGA member golfers have been active in many charitable causes, including raising money for breast cancer research and for health care and other services in a Tanzanian village.
Hawai'i Pacific favored to win softball division
Hawai'i Pacific is the unanimous preseason choice to repeat as Pacific West Conference Pacific Division softball champion.
UH-Hilo off to a fast start in its last WAC season
After taking two of three games from the newest conference member, Nevada, the UH-Hilo baseball team is in sole possession of first place in the Western Athletic Conference.
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12 inducted into Hawai'i Sports Hall of Fame
Twelve men were inducted into the 2001 Class of the Hawai'i Sports Hall of Fame during ceremonies last night at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Ferd Lewis
Are they talking RPI or RIP?
Expecting the weak WAC to earn more than two NCAA Tournament berths this year is shooting an airball at reality.

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